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First-Year Mentors guide students in mending mistakes

Kevin T. Velez, Campus Carrier asst. arts & living editor Netflix’s recently released documentary “The Last Blockbuster” features the last remaining store of its former competitor, Blockbuster. The company was once the leading video rental […]

Track and field set to host Berry Field Day Invitational

Berry’s track and field team is set to host its annual Berry Field Day Invitational this weekend, the team’s final event before the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) championships later this month.

Speech and Behavior Subcommittee begins revising Berry speech policy, Part Two: the context of free speech at colleges and universities

Berry’s Culture of Belonging Policies Related to Free Speech committee is attempting to balance the importance and values of free speech in an academic environment while creating a welcoming and comfortable space for students to share ideas.

Students and faculty call to expand Asian American community at Berry

Over the last year, there has been a distinctive increase in reported violence directed towards Asian Americans across the United States.

Capabilities of HackBerry grow with lab expansion

Although Berry boasts its strong historic roots through maintaining certain traditions like Mountain Day, the school that was originally founded to educate rural children is literally and physically expanding its use of innovative technology in fields of study and student life with its plan to expand HackBerry Lab, home to the creative technologies program.

Students participate in Sexual Assault Training Module

On Mar. 18, students received an email providing them access to the Sexual Assault Training Module for Undergraduates.

Administration promotes diversity survey: More than 50% of students take Diverse Learning Environments Survey

On Mar. 24, the President’s Office sent an email containing a link to a Diverse Learning Environments Survey (DLE) to the student body.

Berry gives COVID-19 vaccine to students, faculty and staff

On Mar. 26, the President’s Office announced via email that Floyd Medical Center would be offering Pfizer-BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccine shots to any student, faculty and staff over 16 years of age. 

Carrier reacts to recieving the COVID-19 vaccine

Commentary by Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier features editor Picnics in the sun, carpool karaoke, concerts in the park and even shaking hands with a stranger, it has been an entire year without all of the […]

Tennis Viking compete in spring season: Women and men’s team plan for upcoming play

The Berry men’s and women’s tennis team have kicked off their seasons on a pretty successful note.